Vote Party. Only hope we have of accomplishing anything good at this point.
 May 3, 2016 at 11:16pm
Hillary certainly has bigger hands.
 May 3, 2016 at 11:12pm
Vote the Party. It doesn’t mean Trump got your support. Maybe support his VP? Whatever it takes. The only never now is NeverHillary.
 May 3, 2016 at 11:10pm
Well, no kidding, instead of Cruz we will get Trumps pro abortion sister in the black robes. That should be downright great.
 May 3, 2016 at 10:59pm
Boehner calls Cruz Lucifer and upholds Trump as his buddy, and you call Cruz the “Establishment” candidate? Groan.
 May 3, 2016 at 10:51pm
Please pass this way what you are smoking. I would relish the opportunity to relinquish reason and competence and feel as you do. Trump won’t pay child support for the baby he has made with all of you, let alone any of the legal fees.
[-2] May 3, 2016 at 9:45pm
I will vote for my Party. But I am just completely disappointed that such an idiot, temper tantrum throwing spoiled POS is getting what he wants, which by the way is not what any of his supporters want. This is all about his moniker on the stationary. He will throw anyone under the bus including the entire GOP. If he brings even more destruction to this country you Trump supporters are going to owe us a huge apology, and I for one will accept anyone voluntarily surrendering their voting rights in future races. Gloat if you would like. I pray I have to eat my words, but in all likelihood, you guys will have to eat so much you will be sick of eating.
I wouldn't vote for Trump just because he's running as a Republican. I don't believe for a second he would rule as one if he got in. He is Democrat all the way and has been since day one. Why give him your vote so he can cheat you out of what you believe. I would just stay home and let the chips fall where they may cause either way, you're screwed.
Half the Trump supporters aren't Republicans in the first place, and the other half are too stupid to understand the ramifications. You're wasting your breath.
That “temper tantrum throwing spoiled POS” is the thing that will defeat Killary in Nov..
Principles first. Party second. Personally, I'll be shopping around for a 3rd party candidate that is closest to my principles.
You guys still don't get that Trump's persona in this race is half schtick, half balls, do you?
@READRIGHTTHERE - You don't have to vote for an idiot to vote for your party - take a stand and do a write in!
 May 3, 2016 at 9:37pm
I both appreciate your sentiment and feel similarly, but I will vote for the Party, and that will include Mr. Orange by default but only in the hopes that having a Republican Congress will keep his actions from achieving an appalling state, much as his campaign has. I wonder how much support he will keep when there is no wall built, or if we find out we had to pay for it like his donors for his campaign. I will now concentrate on bracing for impact, no matter the outcome of November, the results can’t portend a brightness of hope for actually fixing anything. I am already sick of Trump’s winning so much. Too many useful idiots.
 May 3, 2016 at 8:43pm
Let’s see how Trump handles these next few weeks. His desire to gloat may compel him to really screw it up. I can only hope.
Trump only has 38 percent of the republican vote so far. (That is less than 50 percent). It would be a rigged system if he got the nomination without the 1237 delegate count. That is why we need a contested convention, at which point who we voted in as delegates get to decide the matter on our behalf. Trump may still win, and my straight republican vote will go to him, but he may not win, and we may actually get a conservative in the White House, which we desperately need. Bring on that contested convention.
 April 26, 2016 at 10:21pm
very shortsighted take. As of right now over 61 percent of Republicans have not chosen Trump, the only way to make that count and balance the benefit of having too many other options in the beginning of the campaign (advantage Trump) is the representative system of delegates. If he gets 1237, it doesn’t matter, the balance is in his favor and he wins fair. If not, he has not won fair, and that’s why we have a convention.
[-3] April 26, 2016 at 10:18pm
He may not get the 1237. He has been as shortsighted on his ground game as he was with Trump Steaks. Time will tell. He have my vote if gets the nom, but he is profoundly able to undo himself when it counts.
 April 19, 2016 at 11:07pm
These folks voted their grudge against a complicated statement about New York values they didn’t understand but took offense nonetheless. Voting emotions is what liberals do. New York has spoken, so what?
 April 19, 2016 at 9:06pm
If Hannity does not understand the delegate process in our representative republic, and can’t articulate it for his listening audience, and instead serves to fan the flames of their frustration with their own ignorance, how does he claim to be conservative? He is pandering to the emotional needs of a select few of his listeners with the tenacity of any bleeding heart liberal.
Trump is playing Hannity and many others. Trump knew the rules but wanted to win by losing.He was simply not organized enough to win.
I am puzzled by a couple of things.
Trump supports tend to be demanding change, primarily in response to the damage Barack Obama has done. Yet didn't Obama get elected on "Hope and Change". Seems voters don't learn and are content to make the same mistake twice..
Also, riling up people with fiery speeches and blaming others for their failures were hallmarks of the Obama administration, isn't that exactly what Trump is doing?
Make no mistake, Trump is at worst no worst than Hillary and maybe just what we need. The problem is we don't know which of these extremes his core principles will drive him to. If Trump is the nominee, I will not let emotion or unrealistic expectation of perfection keep me for voting for him because we know Hillary's leftist policies will complete the destruction of American exceptionalism that Obama has begun.
He's mimicking rump. When there's violence this summer, rump and Sean will be to blame
So Trump isn’t really Christian or at least one in need of forgiveness from God, isn’t really pro-life since by omission he has basically admitted he has paid for abortions, doesn’t really say things the way they are because if you give him a different audience you get a different answer, isn’t really a successful business man, he just hasn’t outspent the growing value of his inheritance, isn’t really a Republican, until just before he showed interest in getting his name on White House stationary (probably can’t wait to gold plate more of the oval office, maybe replace the Eagle with a yuge letter T), isn’t really blond anymore because he is 70+ and pays for artificial youth, isn’t a sun worshiper, he just can’t say no to a spray booth, isn’t a conservative, because you know Government should take care of its citizens, by putting them in nice neighborhoods and educating their children, and liberal judges related to him would make perfectly good nominees, and he can’t really beat Hillary because he has sent every woman in the nation into her receptive arms, why is he still an option? And his supporters, is there anyway to revoke their license to vote that doesn’t violate the constitution? Maybe they will come a day late and then complain they weren’t treated fairly by election officials, one can only hope.
I'm anti-Trump but you don't get to decide who is Christian.
I am pro Cruz because I want Hillary to win.. Cruz cannot get the independent/moderate vote and without it Hillary wins.. No matter what your polls say.. General election polls are and have always been garbage, look at history.
The only person that can win an election is A. dems with their illegal voters/dead voters/and people voting multiple times... OR B. a conservative that can muster the independent/moderate voter with the true conservatives backing them also. We do not have it this time, so the SCOTUS picks will go to the Dems and our country is gone. That is reality.
April 1, 2016 at 10:47pm
SNL will do the same to Trump they did to Palin, repeat the exact same words, sprayed orange with rediculously blond hair for a 70+ old man, and then Hillary wins.
 March 11, 2016 at 11:05pm
Supporting Trump in this is like being one of the cowards egging on a schoolyard match. Not the one throwing any punches or receiving them, not the one protecting the innocent kid being bullied, just glad not the be the target, and yelling from the side, “Fight!” I hope anyone unwilling to lay blame at the Orange himself for this garbage is just as disconnected from reality when they are trying to remember what day they should vote.
The closest you've ever been to a bully is on the internet. What happened tonight is a group of bullies tried to disrupt a campaign event and to prevent violence it was shutdown. Now go cower in your safe zone and leave the grownups alone.
 February 19, 2016 at 4:53pm
Same elitist liberal behavior. I am smart enough to tell you what you should do, and because I am important I am exempt from following the example. Hey, Boycott Trump, I just thought of that!
 July 21, 2015 at 9:48pm
At the very least, it is now again verified that Israel is the primal lease holder to the holy land. Every one else is a visitor.